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UFC 44: Undisputed

Champs collide as Tito Ortiz faces Randy Couture

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  • Feb 17, 2012
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It was finally time that all the talk would be laid to rest as Tito Ortiz would put it on the line against interim champion Randy Couture. And after the last great event this one was shaping up to be another good one.

1.CAOL UNO VS HERMES FRANCA-Uno basically controls the first round with some nice ground and pound, and some good leg kicks. Franca really came to fight though because he does to Uno what was done to him in the first, dominates. After a sick looking throw to Uno Franca ends up knocking Uno out with a great punch, great opening bout.

2.JEREMY JACKSON VS NICK DIAZ-this was the rubber match between the two as each had a ko victory over the other. And round one starts out with a few exchanges then Jackson gets taken down by Diaz a couple times, and the round ends just like that. Round two ends up looking just like the first only with Jackson taking the round, so it ends 1-1 each with a round. Round three was shaping up to be the best round of all, until Diaz sinks in an arm bar. Diaz takes the rubber match, another good fight.

3.JOSH THOMSON VS GERALD STREBENDT-very exciting first round by these two warriors, submission after submission and punch after punch. After some phenomenal action in the first round, Josh Thomson takes the victory after he stops Gerald after he rocks him.

4.DAVE STRASSER VS KARO PARISYAN-this fight ends in the first round as well with Karo tapping out Dave with a nice kimora. He also displayed some excellent judo during this bout with some nice throws on Dave, good fight over all.

5.RICH FRANKLIN VS EDWIN DEWEES-I was surprised by how quick Dewees was able to take Rich down, and even control him well. But once it is back standing up Franklin basically destroys Edwin, the knees in particular are deadly. In fact it is the knees Rich delivers to Edwin on the ground are what end this fight.

6.DAVID LOISEAU VS JORGE RIVERA-the first round is well paced and filled with a lot of punches and elbows. Rivera even gets a nasty cut on the side of his head. The second round looked pretty much like the first, punches, elbows, clinches, and tie ups. The third round was exactly the same minus a good flurry at the end, with Jorge Rivera coming out on top with a decision.

7.TIM SYLVIA VS GAN MCGEE-this was the battle of the giants as the two largest people to ever compete for a UFC title collided, The fight did not last long at all, lasting only about a little under two minutes. Tim Sylvia just knocks him out with some powerful punches, good knock out and Tim keeps the heavyweight title around his waist.

8.ANDREI ARLOVSKI VS VLADIMIR MATYUSHENKO-this fight had an excellent first round, very fast paced. Arndrei obviously was controlling it minus a few parts including an illegal knee to the head. But with that a side Andrei still knocks Vladimir out in stunning fashion, great but short fight.

9.TITO ORTIZ VS RANDY COUTURE-this fight was to decide who was the undisputed light heavyweight champion of the world. This fight came about because Tito did not fight Chuck Liddell at the previous event. I think it is funny because every one of the celebrities thought that this fight was easily going to Tito Ortiz. And all I can say about this fight is the same as the Chuck fight, WOW. Randy Couture really put it on Tito in this fight at every turn. He basically beat down Tito in this bout, this was an extremely impressive fight for Randy. CLASSIC fight right here that will go down in history.

This was a phenomenal event that was just as good as the last.


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February 17, 2012
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February 17, 2012
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It was finally time that all the talk would be laid to rest as Tito Ortiz would put it on the line against interim champion Randy Couture. And after the last great event this one was shaping up to be another good one.
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